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The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Arrival of exchanged Confederate prisoners. (search)
h Carolina regiment--Williamsburg. Second Lieut C C Burks, 4th Virginia regiment--Keras-own. Col Edward C Cook, 32d Tennessee regiment--Fort Donelson. Lieut-Col M B Carter, 20th Tennessee regiment--Fishing Creek. Lieut-Col Thos F Winston, 53d Tennessee regiment--Fort Donelson. Capt Joseph L McAleer, 2d Maryland regiment--Back River. Capt John L Pitman, 33d Virginia regiment--Kernstown. First Lieut J T James, 11th Virginia regiment--Williamsburg. Second Lieut Wm Wade, 4th Virginia regiment--Kernstown. Captain H R Morrison, 4th Virginia regiment--Kernstown. First Lieut J T Boyd, 4th Virginia regiment--Kernstown. Second Lieut G W Veitch, 6th Virginia regiment--Front Royal. First Lieut S C Williams, C S Artillery--Kerns town. Second Lieut Thos Carty, 7th Louisiana regiment--Gaines's Mill. Second Lieut J P Young, 7th North Carolina regiment--White Oak Swamp. Second Lieut C D Boyd, Nelsons Artillery — Seven Pines. Se
The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], From Northern Virginia--a raid of the enemy at Fredericksburg. (search)
Fire. --The alarm of fire given at 2" o'clock yesterday was caused by the burning partially, if not wholly, of three wooden tenements on 1st, near St. Peter's street, owned by Mr. Wm Wade, and occupied respectively by Wm. Ferguson, of the City Watch; S. P. Clopton, of New Kent, and John O'Brien. The fire originated in the tenement used by the last named as a grocery. He saved the greater portion of his stock. The occupants of the two other tenements also succeeded in rescuing their furniture. An adjoining house, occupied by Mrs. Mary Arnold, was also slightly damaged.
roposed lives of the late General Jackson. The Presbyterian, announcing that the Rev. Dr. Dabney was editing a life of Jackson, to be published for the benefit of his family, animadverted with great severity upon the enterprise of Messrs. Ayres & Wade, of the Illustrated. News, of publishing one also. The News. of Saturday, replies very sharply to the Presbyterian. It declares that the scheme of Messrs. Ayres & Wade was conceived and set on foot four months before Gen. Jackson's death, with tWade was conceived and set on foot four months before Gen. Jackson's death, with the knowledge and approval of his relatives and friends. This statement is in answer to the remark of the Presbyterian, that they had seen the announcement of Messrs. A. & W.'S book with surprise and grief. The News claims very justly that there is no right of property in the life of a great man, and it assumes that Jackson's fame can stand not only two, but a dozen different lives. We are sure it can stand two, and see no occasion for controversy. Dr. Dabney's book will be acceptable to a gr